Solar Energy Systems
Durable and Trustworthy Commercial Rooftop Systems
We install ENERGY STAR®-certified packaged rooftop systems with a one-year 100% Satisfaction Guarantee* to help you save on energy expenses.
Commercial Mini-Split Systems
Mini-split systems, also called mini-split heat pumps, are an effective approach to heat and cool commercial areas with no ductwork.
Commercial Solar Energy Systems
Solar energy is good for your business—and the earth. Using eco-friendly energy can significantly reduce your heating and cooling costs. And maybe make you eligible for a federal tax credit.
Commercial-Grade Customer Satisfaction
When you work with Calverley Service Experts and our commercial HVAC Experts, you’ll have more time to focus on the success of your Fort Worth property. Leave the HVAC work to local pros dedicated to your sense of comfort.
Frequently Asked Questions
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How do commercial HVAC systems work?
In simple terms, commonly used systems include RTUs (rooftop units), split systems, mini-split systems and solar HVAC. Rooftop units are self-contained packaged systems that are located in weatherproof casing and installed on a commercial building’s roof. Split systems are a lot like residential central HVAC units but are contained to the building’s ductwork. Mini-split systems are slightly newer to the U.S. and are ductless heat pump systems that take up less space and are 30% more effective than ducted HVAC systems. Solar HVAC utilizes solar panels to harness the sun’s energy and convert it into power for heating and cooling.
How long do commercial HVAC systems last?
This depends on many factors and there isn’t a definite answer, but usually, commercial systems can last about 20 years with appropriate routine maintenance.
How do you size a commercial HVAC system?
According to the Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA), the proper sizing and design of commercial HVAC systems like air conditioning systems relies on considering four distinct elements:
- Application: Is the building an office, restaurant, grocery store or retail outlet?
- Building Type: Is the space a single-story building, multistory building, a warehouse or another building type?
- Square Footage: What is the size of the space to be heated or cooled?
- HVAC Equipment Type: Does the building use gas or electric heat? Will it be a water-cooled or an air-cooled system?
One of our commercial HVAC technicians can help you correctly calculate the load and BTU requirements for a new industrial or commercial HVAC system.
Do you provide emergency service for commercial HVAC equipment?
Yes! No matter what time of day, we’re a quick trip away to support you with an emergency repair on your commercial building HVAC system.
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